Fissary - A polytope like object that has peaks or lower dimensional elements that coincide completely. Fissary polychora either have compound vertex figures or edge figures that can split into two or more components.
Peak - An n-3 dimensional element of an n-dimensional polytope. Example: vertices of polyhedra, edges of polychora, faces of polytera. If they are somewhat sharp, they will feel pointy, for example - if you were in the fourth dimension holding a tesseract, the edges (its peaks) will feel pointy (like a cube's corners).
i.e. when it is non-dyadic.Exotic - A "polytope" is exotic if there are any ridges that contain more than two facets. They are not considered as true polytopes.
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